London Bridge incident support

In the wake of the terrorist attack near London Bridge on Friday 29 November, FANY volunteers were deployed immediately to staff the Casualty Bureau on behalf of the City of London Police.

Three shifts were mobilised over the next 24 hours until a reduction in calls resulted in members being stood down.

In addition, members of the Corps who were trained in Trauma Risk Management (TRiM) provided support to Fishmongers' staff at their first regrouping since the incident.

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